The Bachelor of Communications (Honours) program is designed as an 'end-on' fourth year from corresponding undergraduate degrees in Communications. This Honours program qualifies students to apply skills and knowledge in their discipline and prepare them to undertake highly skilled professional work and/or advanced study. The degree will require students to plan and execute a research dissertation or a creative/professional product with minor dissertation/exegesis under the supervision of an appropriate academic supervisor as a pathway for further learning.
The Bachelor of Communication (Honours) degree will consist of 80 credit points of assessed student work. This will include 40 credit points of coursework and 40 credit points of supervised research leading to the completion of a written dissertation, or to the completion of a creative or professional product with minor dissertation/exegesis. Students will be instructed in key research principles and methodologies in Communications.
This program will be offered full-time and on-campus at Nathan and Gold Coast.
To be classed as a full-time student, you are required to enrol in a minimum number of credit points each standard study period. The minimum credit points for full-time enrolment in this program is 30 credit points.
Trimester 1 and Trimester 2 are deemed standard study periods. As Trimester 3 is a non-standard study period, continuing students moving from one year to the next will not be required to study during this trimester to be eligible for student income support.
Domestic students who commence in Trimester 3 may be eligible for student income support from the onset of study provided they are enrolled full-time in this study period.
Please refer to the Australian Government website for more details.
These fees are only applicable to domestic students who are not Commonwealth supported including:
|Year of study||Fee category/Band||Fee per CP||Tuition fee 80cp|
|2020||Fee Band 28.5||$356.25||$28,500.00|
|2019||Fee Band 27.5||$343.75||$27,500.00|
Eligible undergraduate fee-paying students may defer their tuition fees by taking out a FEE-HELP loan which is part of the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP). Payment of the loan is via the taxation system when income reaches a specified level.